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Arachis
Geographical distribution
Available germplasm
Agronomic evaluation
Future perspectives
Arachis
Geographical distribution
Available germplasm
Agronomic evaluation
Future perspectives
Is naturally confined to
Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay,
Argentina and Uruguay
Arachis
Arachis is a leguminous with a
unique reproductive feature in which
the seed is set below ground
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A. sylvestris 2.5 t seed ha-1   A. pintoi 12 t DM ha -1
Arachis
Geographical distribution
Available germplasm
Agronomic evaluation
Future perspectives
Available germplasm




   250 accessions
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Arachis

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Grasses and Legumes.
Perspectives for Tropical Zones.

Arachis:
- History
- Agronomic performance
- Future perspectives

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  1. 1. Arachis Geographical distribution Available germplasm Agronomic evaluation Future perspectives
  2. 2. Arachis Geographical distribution Available germplasm Agronomic evaluation Future perspectives
  3. 3. Is naturally confined to Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay
  4. 4. Arachis
  5. 5. Arachis is a leguminous with a unique reproductive feature in which the seed is set below ground
  6. 6. Arachis A. sylvestris 2.5 t seed ha-1 A. pintoi 12 t DM ha -1
  7. 7. Arachis Geographical distribution Available germplasm Agronomic evaluation Future perspectives
  8. 8. Available germplasm 250 accessions
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